The Steam Awards 2019 GOTY is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Labor of Love goes to GTA 5

It’s been a great year for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and GTA 5 thanks to their predispositions, but other games such as A Plague Tale, Beat Saber on the VR Platform, Devolver Digital’s My Friend Pedro and more have managed to clinch amongst the winners.

GTA 5 has managed to grab the Labor of Love, which accordingly praises its current modding success, which RPG content is on the highest level possible.

Based on the player’s opinion, these are Steam’s best PC video game titles for the year 2019.

Beat Saber deserves the best VR game of 2019, while the most surprising award goes to GRIS for the Most Outstanding Visual Style of 2019. The best game you suck at, which was one of the categories, has managed to crown Mortal Kombat 11, and the most Innovative Gameplay goes to My Friend Pedro, which assumingly deserves it based on the other titles that were settled in that category.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the action-adventure game developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision (which is no longer a Steam partner as it joined forces with Blizzard), has managed to secure the GOTY award. Known for its positive reviews and “innovative gameplay,” this title had surprisingly achieved a new milestone.

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